PFT’s Round Two Mock Draft

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Below is PFT’s 2014 second-round mock draft. Positions in parentheses were the club’s primary needs entering the draft:

33. Houston Texans (QB, OLB, NT, OL): USC wide receiver Marqise Lee.

34. Washington Redskins (DE, CB, S, ORT, ILB): Notre Dame defensive end Stephon Tuitt.

35. Cleveland Browns (QB, CB, WR, RB, TE): Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde.

36. Oakland Raiders (QB, DE, DT, CB, S): Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr.

37. Atlanta Falcons (OLB-DE, OT, S, TE): Missouri defensive lineman / outside linebacker Kony Ealy.

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (WR, DE, OG, CB): Minnesota defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman.

39. Jacksonville Jaguars (QB, DE-OLB, OL, WR): Boise State outside linebacker Demarcus Lawrence.

40. Seattle Seahawks (OG-OT, DE, WR, DT, LB): Nevada offensive guard Joel Bitonio.

41. Buffalo Bills (WR, TE, S, OT, DE): Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio.

42. Tennessee Titans (QB, CB, RB, OL): Auburn running back Tre Mason.

43. New York Giants (TE, C, WR, DL, LB): Notre Dame defensive tackle Louis Nix.

44. St. Louis Rams (S, OT, OLB, CB, WR): BYU outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy.

45. Detroit Lions (CB, S, PK, QB, WR): Florida State defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan.

46. Pittsburgh Steelers (CB, DE-DT, WR, LB, OT): Indiana wide receiver Cory Latimer.

47. Dallas Cowboys (DE, OG, DT, S, QB): Georgia Tech defensive end Jeremiah Attaochu.

48. Baltimore Ravens (OT, S, CB, RB, WR): Mississippi wide receiver Donte Montcrief.

49. New York Jets (WR, CB, S, TE, OLB, OG): Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews.

50. Miami Dolphins (ORT, OG, TE, S, LB): LSU offensive guard Trai Turner.

51. Chicago Bears (DB, LB, DT, RB, QB): Princeton defensive tackle Caraun Reid.

52. Arizona Cardinals (S, OT, OLB, TE, ILB): Tennessee offensive tackle Cyril Richardson.

53. Green Bay Packers (S, ILB, C, TE, QB): Fresno State wide receiver Davante Adams.

54. Philadelphia Eagles (OLB, WR, S, QB, ILB): LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry.

55. Cincinnati Bengals (CB, OL, DE, QB, WR): LSU defensive tackle Ego Ferguson.

56. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City) (CB, WR, C, LB, QB): USC center Marcus Martin.

57. San Diego Chargers (CB, OL, OLB, WR, NT): Stanford outside linebacker Trent Murphy.

58. New Orleans Saints (CB, OLB, WR, OL): Utah cornerback Keith McGill.

59. Indianapolis Colts (OL, S, WR, OLB): Wisconsin safety Dez Southward.

60. Carolina Panthers (OT, DE, WR, CB): Ohio State offensive tackle Jack Mewhort.

61: San Francisco 49ers (CB, WR, C, LB, QB): Wisconsin inside linebacker Chris Borland.

62: New England Patriots (TE, DL, OG-C, S, RB): Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro.

63: Denver Broncos (LB, CB, OT-OG, WR-TE, DE): UCLA offensive guard Xavier Su’a-Filo.

64: Seattle Seahawks (OG-OT, DE, WR, DT, LB): Oregon State defensive end Scott Crichton.

32 responses to “PFT’s Round Two Mock Draft

  1. Would love to see Oakland take a QB in either round 2 or 3. They need help all over, so anything is possible with their pick. Wouldn’t count out a DT, maybe Nix.

  2. I would be pretty shocked if Houston didn’t take one of the qb’s or Stephon Tuitt if Clowney is indeed going to play lb like every pundit has been saying .

    Lots of really good talent left . As a Raider fan I don’t care if Carr is there or not . No excuse for us not getting another immediate impact player .

  3. As a Cowboys fan, I don’t want JJ and company to be cornered into settling for the best DE available. If he doesn’t fit our system don’t force it. One of many Draft rules. Always have options and draft best player available for your system not just because they are on top of the board. Regardless of priority order. I believe the D-line players Dallas are targeting will be gone and we walk away with the best secondary player available for our system. Have options and ignore priority order. Continue smart.

  4. I’m really hoping RaShede Hageman falls to the Bears but somehow I don’t think he will. As for Jernigan, the Lions are welcome to him. What I saw on tape didn’t impress me much.

  5. The Ravens have to come away with a decent safety and/or nickel cornerback these next two rounds if you ask me. They have NO ONE to play free safety and the nickel cornerback prospects already on the roster are less than impressive. Bigger needs than right tackle at this point IMO, 2nd year OT Wagner from Wisconsin or Eric Winston after the draft can handle the right tackle spot when the other four o-line spots are already being held by four solid players in Monroe, Osemele, Zuttah, and Yanda.

  6. No way Browns go get Tate and then draft RB so soon. Regardless, anyone who needs a RB should look to Sankey 1st. Look at his #s @ UW and his #s @ combine. Better than all others in pretty much every category.

  7. And if last night is any indication….this mock draft is completely useless.

  8. Sankey is the best RB in this draft. End of discussion. He’s faster, stronger, and more productive than every other RB. The only reason he hasn’t been picked already is because he played for Washington, and not Ohio State or the SEC.

  9. 45. Detroit Lions (CB, S, PK, QB, WR): Florida State defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan.

    Is this a joke? You list 5 positions as needs, yet pick the guy with the diluted sample, at the strongest position they have?? Uhh, no.
    I will be COMPLETELY SHOCKED if the Leo’s pick DL with their 2nd rounder.

  10. As a Badger fan after watching Dez Southward for three years, I would be shocked, completely shocked if he went in the 2nd round. I’d be very surprised if he were picked in the 3rd for that matter. I think he could make a roster and some day perhaps be a capable slot corner/3rd safety, but he is without a doubt a project. I know he put up good numbers on his pro day, but his on field performance never suggested he would justify a 2nd round pick.

  11. Dez Southward is a special teams player and back up safety in the NFL. Great kid, just not a top shelf player. The guy I’d take in a hearbeat out of Wisconsin is Chris Borland……HANDS DOWN! He’s going to have a nice NFL career.

  12. I’d love to get Amaro, but no way the Patriots get him without moving up. He’s not making it that far down the board, and I don’t think Su’a-Filo will make it that far either. There are way too many teams that need a TE to have them all pass on Amaro. If the Patriots stay with the pick and they go TE, Sefarian-Jenkins is the more realistic pick

  13. So far, the Redskins win (one playoff appearance, due mostly to RG3).

    It’s going to take years to know for certain. Next year will be a great start, though. The Rams have drafted well even with their non-RG3 picks, and I won’t be shocked if they win the division. That defense is NASTY.

    That said, I’m glad Washington did the trade because plan B was supposedly Tannehill.

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